We're pondering the food supply of the future with Raj Patel author of The Value of Nothing, Jane and Michael Stern are at The White Hut in Springfield, MA, and we ask the question – why are there no famous female chefs?
Lynne takes a listener's calls about international doughnuts.
34:30 – 35:33
What is the new charitable effort by KFC? (hint: it has something to do with the Double Down "sandwich")
35:33 – 47:45
Back to the phones. Lynne takes calls about pairing food with books, more specifically Ayn Rand; making cole slaw, and using homegrown lemons.
47:45 – 52:00
Brenda Tan and Matt Cost, high school students at the Trinity School in New York, used a new form of DNA coding to map the different species in their neigborhood. In their studies, they found about 95 species surrounded their daily life. They found some interesting misrepresentations of food, too.